Flora of Talra Wildlife Sanctuary
Talra Wildlife Sanctuary is home to dense forests, particularly those indigenous to the Western Lower Himalayas. The other types of forests present here include Fir Forests, Oak Forest which are more commonly found in the Upper Western Himalayan Mountain ranges. These forests create a magnificent green corridor in the sanctuary grounds which attract innumerable nature lovers to this part of the country.
Fauna of Talra Wildlife Sanctuary
Himalayan Black Bear, Panther, Barking Deer, Leopard, Asiatic Black Bear, Musk Deer, Goral, Common Langur and Pheasants are a few of the exotic species of wildlife which are local to Talra Wildlife Sanctuary.
This wildlife sanctuary experiences a temperature of about 28 degree Celsius and during winter months it drops down to about four degree Celsius. Therefore the ideal time to pay visit to this region is between the months of November and December. Till March, snowfall covers the area of this sanctuary. The closest airport of this sanctuary is based in Shimla.
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